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Mon, Dec 05, 2022

Aero-TV: Mini-Mustang Elicits Unbridled Enthusiasm

ScaleWings SW51 Thrills Airshow Crowds

Headquartered on southern Germany’s Eggenfelden (EDME) Airport, ScaleWings has dazzled the light-sport-aircraft industry with its SW51 Mustang, a seventy-percent replica of the North American P-51 Mustang fighter aircraft of the Second World War. Produced at ScaleWings’ manufacturing facility in Krosno, Poland, the SW51 is supplied as a complete ready-to-fly-aircraft or as a kit for amateur construction. Advertised by ScaleWings as the world’s most accurate downsized P-51 Mustang replica, the SW51’s all-carbon airframe surfaces are adorned with over one-hundred-thousand textures (e.g. rivets, sheet-metal joints, screws, panels) characteristic of the original aircraft.

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Mon, Dec 05, 2022

Airborne-UnCrewed 11.29.22: Powered-Lift Regs, Mars Ingenuity, AMA 1st CBO

Also: Snoopy Hitches a Ride, H3 Dynamics, Drone Pilot Textbook, ‘Airborne-NextGen!'

The FAA has published a draft regarding an update to Air Carrier definitions that would add all powered-lift to existing definitions. The draft says that the rule is an "important step in the FAA's integration of new entrant aircraft in the National Airspace System”, paving the way for the expected wave of eVTOL aircraft on the way. Compared to some of the other flights this past year, Flight 34 might not stand out. Even shorter than Ingenuity’s first flight, Tuesday’s successful 18-second flight simply popped up to a little over 16 feet, hovered, then landed. Despite the flight’s simple nature, the Ingenuity team is very excited because of what it means for the future of the program. After first establishing the creation of CBO's to offer some structure and guidance to the recretational drone community, the FAA has officially recogni

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Mon, Dec 05, 2022

Airborne-UnCrewed 11.29.22: Powered-Lift Regs, Mars Ingenuity, AMA 1st CBO

Also: Snoopy Hitches a Ride, H3 Dynamics, Drone Pilot Textbook, ‘Airborne-NextGen!'

The FAA has published a draft regarding an update to Air Carrier definitions that would add all powered-lift to existing definitions. The draft says that the rule is an "important step in the FAA's integration of new entrant aircraft in the National Airspace System”, paving the way for the expected wave of eVTOL aircraft on the way. Compared to some of the other flights this past year, Flight 34 might not stand out. Even shorter than Ingenuity’s first flight, Tuesday’s successful 18-second flight simply popped up to a little over 16 feet, hovered, then landed. Despite the flight’s simple nature, the Ingenuity team is very excited because of what it means for the future of the program. After first establishing the creation of CBO's to offer some structure and guidance to the recretational drone community, the FAA has officially recogni

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Mon, Dec 05, 2022

Airborne 11.28.22: Cirrus Jet Chute Save, Powered-Lift Regs, Safer E-ABs?

Also: NTSB Targets Niche Commercial Ops, Ingenuity Flight 34, CG Jayhawk Save, ASA Releases AIRCLASSICS Push-to-Talk Switch

With increasing frequency, the record of the Cirrus Vision Jet becomes all the more questionable. Friday morning, a Cirrus Vision Jet, N15VJ, went down shortly after takeoff from the Indianapolis Regional Airport. The pilot’s course of action took place early in the flight and barely a mile off the end of Runway 25. Video of the late 2020 aircraft, under the canopy, showed up swiftly on social media, and in one there seems to be a smoky trail above/behind the aircraft that might point to powerplant issues. The FAA has published a draft regarding an update to Air Carrier definitions that would add all powered-lift to existing definitions. The draft says that the rule is an "important step in the FAA's integration of new entrant aircraft in the National Airspace System”, paving the way for the expected wave of eVTO

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Mon, Dec 05, 2022

Klyde Morris (12.02.22)

Klyde Gets Another Dream Crushed By The Man...

FMI: www.klydemorris.com

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Mon, Dec 05, 2022

Volato Orders 25 HondaJet Elite IIs

Honda's Newest Offering Sees Mondo Order for Up and Coming Fractional Operator

Volato's growth has been continuous in the greater bizjet industry's increasing popularity, but their most recent order puts even their biggest purchase to shame with an order for 25 of Honda's latest and greatest. The purchase will take the Volato fleet up to 42 aircraft in total, more than doubling it from its current roster of 17.

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Mon, Dec 05, 2022

Flight Data Systems Selects Sentry CVR

Canadian CVR Mandates Create Demand for Cockpit Voice Recorders

Flight Data Systems has announced the selection of the Canada West Avionics Sentry cockpit voice recorder to comply with 2023 Canadian CVR mandates. The Sentry CVR is a TSO-compliant piece with 2-hour, 4-track datalink message recording, rotor speed inputs, and a 10-minute independent power supply. The Sentry's small, compact footprint and low power consumption allows Canadian operators an all-in-one solution to meet Part 23, 25, or 27 Canadian STC.

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Mon, Dec 05, 2022

Air Corsica Receives First ATR-600

New ATR Model Boasts Improved Efficiency, Cabin Comforts, and More for Regional Operators

Regional aircraft manufacturer ATR, handed over the very first PW127XT-equipped ATR 72-600, delivering it to launch customer Air Corsica. Air Corsica has more to come following their order at last year's Dubai Airshow where they signed an order for 5 aircraft, building on their commuter turboprop fleet with some cutting-edge engine technology. The PW127XT offers all the same reliability of its predecessors, building on that foundation with a 20% reduction in maintenance costs.

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Mon, Dec 05, 2022

ASA Releases 4th Edition of Air Carrier Operations

Updated Information Covers Recent Changes in CFRs for Pilots, Dispatchers

ASA has published their 4th edition of Air Carrier Operations, updating the handbook for airline-bound students. The book helps acquaint would-be carrier employees on the many regulations required of those flying for both Part 121 and 135 operators, getting pilots used to the wide world of regulatory compliance. The book should prove useful to both students and professionals, helping them navigate the sometimes baffling scale of applicable rules and laws that govern their work.

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Mon, Dec 05, 2022

Air Marshal Organizations at Ideological Impasse

To Serve the Public Good?

Infighting between air marshal organizations underscores growing tensions among the agency's roughly three-thousand marshals over the Biden administration protractedly and repeatedly diverting them and other government personnel from the critical jobs for which they were trained, and in which their expertise truly lies.

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